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Barrel Inn - Bretton

    The Barrel Inn, Bed & Breakfast and Restaurant.

    The Barrel Inn, dating back to 1597, is a traditional country inn with its unique character. The cosy and peaceful oak-beamed bar, its old-fashioned charm still very much intact, has flagstones, studded doors in low doorways, lots of pictures and antiques. Stubs of massive knocked through walls divide it into several areas. There are seats out on the front terrace and a new covered courtyard garden at the rear gives good shelter from the breeze.

    Laying claim to being the highest pub in Derbyshire, the Barrel Inn is surrounded by breathtaking scenery in the Peak District National Park.

    At the Barrel Inn we pride ourselves on our exceptional cuisine using only the finest local, fresh produce. This, along with its open log fires and hand pulled real ales, makes the Barrel the perfect place to relax and unwind.

    Our four luxury en-suite bedrooms are furnished to a high standard to ensure your stay is comfortable and relaxed.

    All rooms are en-suite and have been recently completed and furnished. The accommodation comprises:

    • One family room sleeping up to four, arranged as a double bedded room with a seperate but connecting room containing two bunk beds
    • Two double bedded rooms
    • One twin bedded room

    All rooms are non-smoking and centrally heated and offer the following:

    • Tea / Coffee making facilities
    • Television
    • Spare blankets and pillows
    • Complimentary use of The Valley Health Club in Hathersage for The Barrel Inn residents

    Breakfast can be selected from Full English, Continental or Smoked Salmon and Scambled Eggs.

    Centrally located, the Barrel Inn is an ideal place to explore the area's many historic villages and stately homes which are only a short drive away.

    The Barrel Inn is surrounded by stunning countryside. On a clear day it is possible to see five counties.

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